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PFSense For Connectwise Automate Build 1.0.15 Released

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PFSense For Connectwise Automate Build 1.0.15 Released

Plugins4Automate released build 1.0.15 of their PFSense for Connectwise Automate / LabTech. In this build P4A focused on a reported issue with backup exporting to XML file. In previous builds the export will work on creating a name for the file it was exporting from the name of the firewall address used in the configurations. Any trailing backslash on the URL would cause the file name to be improper and the export would fail to save to the local drive.   In Build 1.0.15 the export now looks for forward and backslashes in the PFSense address used and removes them before...

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PowerShell Command Manager Goes Premium

PowerShell Command Manager Goes Premium

Plugins4Automate is happy to announce that we are moving PowerShell Command Manager to our Premium Plugin offerings!   From the original creation in January 2015, PowerShell Command Manager has evolved.  Once a small scripting console-it metamorphosed into a complete .NET & PowerShell management system. A very special thank you to the Beta testers!  Their responsiveness and encouragement have allowed P4A to offer you this innovative tool! Over 600+ current users enjoy the efficiency of the PowerShell Command Manager.  MSPs are able to: Maintain a library of scripts/commands to be used on remote computers under the MSPs management. No need to remote...

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Patch Remedy Releases Build 1.0.3.62 for WUA 7.6.7601.23775

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Patch Remedy Releases Build 1.0.3.62 for WUA 7.6.7601.23775

Let's get your MSP to 92% Plugins4Automate.com released today build 1.0.3.64 of Patch Remedy which now provides updates for May 2017—KB4019265 (Monthly Rollup) for Windows 7 and Windows 2008 R2 systems. What's New in Build 1.0.3.62 In Build 1.0.3.62 we rewrote to current update maintenance functions to validate where in the update process Windows 7 and Windows 2008 R2 was and based on that information we now walk the Windows 7 or 2008 R2 system up through the WUA upgrade versions. The Windows 7 / 2008 R2 Rollups that are applied are: KB3020369 upgrades < 7.6.7601.23453KB4012218 upgrades < 7.6.7601.23714KB4015549 upgrades < 7.6.7601.23735KB4019265 upgrades...

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Patch Remedy Saved My MSP From WannaCry Worm Exploits

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Patch Remedy Saved My MSP From WannaCry Worm Exploits

The P4A team has reached out to several of it larger Patch Remedy customers to see how they fared against the WannaCry Worm that struck across the globe with vengeance last week. We found that MSPs that had Patch Remedy deployed and managing the WUA updates for their clients were not effected by the recent outbreak. Why were Patch Remedy MSPs so lucky?  Simply said, We keep the WUA up to date which keeps your patching working and up to date across your Windows devices. Keeping Windows patched keeps you safe from known exploits like the WannaCry Worm. Numbers released by Kaspersky...

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Powershell Command Manager Sets The Bar For Framework Management

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Powershell Command Manager Sets The Bar For Framework Management

Today Plugins4Automate has released a new build of their popular Powershell Command Manager. It the latest editions, P4A's Powershell Command Manager has evolved into a framework manager for Windows. You still get all the original functionality the Powershell library and Command manager but we have expanded the role of the PowerShell Command Manager to now manage the operation and deployments of Powershell's framework and the DotNET frameworks. This expansion into managing frameworks allows a MSP to monitor and maintain consistent PowerShell and Dot.NET versions across all clients under management. Dot.NET is the core of most Windows applications. By monitoring and maintaining consistent versions...

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